Be fit when you travel! TURN THE TA­BLES

D O N ’ T L E T WAN­DER­LUST B E N D Y O U R f i T N E S S R O U T i N E A L L O U T O f S h A p E

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You can also plan your va­ca­tion around fit­ness. Go hik­ing in Ver­mont, surf­ing in Costa Rica or white wa­ter raft­ing on the Co­larado River — there’s some­thing for ev­ery­one!

JMake notes to self Pon­der over the hard work you have al­ready put in and ask your­self if your va­ca­tion means a fit­ter you. Though you are not ex­pected to repli­cate your usual fit­ness rou­tine when on va­ca­tion, steer clear of un­healthy foods and habits to at least main­tain cur­rent fit­ness lev­els.

Portable health, any­one? Travel need not get into the way of your fit­ness goals, if you plan and ad­here to fit­ness rules strictly. Whether it’s healthy snacks, work­out clothes or even those much- needed train­ers — they all de­serve a space in your bag­gage as much as other hol­i­day es­sen­tials. Healthy snacks like nuts, pro­tein bars and grain bars will keep you away from bing­ing, while the fit­ness gear will mo­ti­vate you into a run at the very least, if not a lot of ex­er­cise.

Make fit­ness a Part of your travel itin­er­ary Al­most ev­ery ho­tel has ba­sic gym equip­ment nowa­days, leav­ing very less scope for ex­cuses. If you want to give the air- con­di­tioned gym en­vi­ron­ment a miss, just lace up and ex­plore your hol­i­day desti­na­tion over a jog, run or hike. Whether it is beach shores, jun­gle trails or just run­ning on the streets of quaint tourist spots, your travel plans is sure

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